Yoga on the mountain | Arkansas has a new a date!

Power Yoga Retreats (PYR) is  excited to announce after six years, YOTM ARKANSAS has a new a date!  Arkansas is the natural state and we want to experience all of it!
The date change allows us to practice outside with a spectacular view + more hikes + bikes + camping. 

We are thankful you choose to stay on this adventure called life with us.

Yoga on the Mountain (YOTM) is a 3-day celebration of movement, music, and mountains in  Mt. Magazine, AR. The festivals feature 60+ classes on yoga and meditation, presentations on health and nutrition, discussions, live music, hikes, social gatherings, local eats + drinks, and eco-friendly shopping. This intimate gathering of like-minded individuals is nestled in the highest point at The Lodge at Magazine in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.

Our vision is community.

The festival will create lifetime memories, build relationships, and encourage adventure.  Together, let us view the world from an elevated perspective.

The mountain is calling.

YOTM Snowmass is NOW Drishti Fest

July 17-19, 2020

Mt. Magazine

October 16-18, 2010

Ticket release is April 1st.

Drishti Beats has taken Yoga on The Mountain Festival under its wing. Held every July in Snowmass Village, Colorado, it becomes Drishti Beats Yoga & Music Festival 2020. Adding a fantastic live music lineup, elaborate yoga-minded class offerings, and a dash, smidgen, and a pinch of mindful fitness.



Desert Dwellers, IHF, Satin Jackets, Random Rab, BÓSA, David Starfire, Lapa, DJ Lo_G, Ryan Sublog


Mary Beth LaRue, Aaron King, Dr. Pamela Maraldo, Michelle Lemay & Luis Rosario: Groove Temple, Stephinity Salazar, Lawrence Biscontini, Yury Rockit, Jenna Pfingston, Asaf B. Goldfrid, Jeanne Custard, Stacey Lei Krauss, Alysia Lowell, David Mills, Alec Lowell, Jessica Iams, Jamie Butemeyer, Moi, Yoga+Beats, Ariel Lowell, Jamie Deluccio, Julia Clarke & Brian Dahlen: Sonic Vinyasa, Beth Mobilian & Lindsay Patterson

Be a part of a weekend of yoga at a beautiful lodge in the Ozark Mountains. Mount Magazine is the highest point in Arkansas!

Tickets include over 60 classes featuring: Opening Jam, Ariel Silks, Mountain Biking, Mala Making, Hiking, Tantra Talks, Meditation, Book Clubs, DJ, Live Music and so much morel